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Sold as the Alpha King’s Breeder

Chapter 198: False Accusations 

**Rosalie’s POV “Do you know where your brother has gone off to?” I found Georgia and tried to keep my tone casual as I asked her. Things were very busy at our camp as I did my best to heal all of the wounded and also prepare for the war as we move south. Though our enemies had been quiet for a day or two, there was no doubt in my mind that they would be back soon enough. I slept very little, and I was exhausted. There was always someone in need of my assistance. Whether it was status updates from the frontline or questions about strategy that needed to be considered and discussed with the other leaders, it seemed everyone wanted a piece of my time. I rarely had any time to talk to Ethan, though I did try to include him as much’as possible with the strategy discussions because he had a wealth of experience and knowledge to help us be successful. Soren showed up in most of those discussions as well, but he usually had his own schedule. Whenever I asked about his whereabouts, everyone always shrugged and said they weren’t sure. A couple of days went by before I began to realize that I literally hadn’t laid eyes on him for a while. That didn’t seem right to me. Had he gone off to do something without telling me? Or was there something more serious at play here? “Which one? The bat-sh*t crazy one? Or the other bat-sh*t crazy one?” Georgia asked me back with a laugh. I let a chuckle slip from between my lips in an effort to be polite, but I didn’t think either of them were crazy. Not anymore, anyway. “Soren,” I told her. “I haven’t seen him in a while.” “Oh, that one,” she said with a nod. “You know, now that you mention it, I haven’t seen him for a while either. What’s up?” “I asked him to send a message to Damian a while back, and he said he would take care of it. I wanted to know if he had heard anything,” I told her. Georgia’s admission had my brow knitted. “Do you remember when you saw him last?” “Uh.yeah. It was kind of weird, actually,” Georgia said, leaning back against a tree trunk as she tapped her chin with her finger. “Couple days ago, I was coming out of the woods when I saw the two of them talking for a few moments, and Soren left, going off into the woods. I think that’s the last time I saw him.” I thought about the discussion she was referring to. I had caught a glimpse of that myself, but I hadn’t paid much attention. I vaguely remembered Ethan lost his balance-he had been pushing himself too hard, but that was a topic for another day-then Soren caught him and kept him from falling over, but the two kept their distance afterward. “So the last time you saw Soren, he was with Ethan?” I asked, trying to make sure I had that much right. “Yeah, that’s right,” she said. “And that was a couple of days ago.” I wondered whether the brothers had worked through their issues. My mind went back to that fight i’d seen on the island… after so many things had occurred, they must have figured their problems out, right? “Rosalie? Are you all right?” Georgia asked me. “You look a little pale.”

“I’m fine,” I told her, forcing a smile. I might have overused my blood lately. Sometimes I felt my head was in a fog and couldn’t think straight. “Um, I’m sure he’s around here somewhere. I’ll go look.” “Or ask Ethan. And there he is!” she waved to someone behind me and whispered, “Please spend some time with him. You have no idea how hard that b*stard makes us work when you’re not around! Pretty please, keep him away from us for a few minutes so we can take a breather!” “Georgia, if you have the time to chat here, you have the time to train.” Ethan’s voice echoed behind me. Georgia gave me a “see, I told you look as she greeted the approaching Ethan. “Oh, hi brother. Rosalie has something to ask you!” Then she winked at me.copy right hot novel pub

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